• Scheming hypocrit father of (nutty black homosexual) slain WDBJ-TV repo

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    The father of slain television reporter Alison Parker, after
    taking aim at the gun lobby, now worries he might need a gun of
    his own.

    Andy Parker acknowledged he might exercise his right to bear
    arms after unleashing yet another withering attack Friday on the
    National Rifle Association and timid politicians.

    “I don’t own a gun,” Parker told reporters outside the Roanoke
    television station where his daughter Alison worked.

    “We don’t have a gun in our family. I’m probably going to have
    to get one. I mean, sad to say, but I — unfortunately, that’s
    the world we live in.”

    Parker became a man on a mission in the hours after his 24-year-
    old daughter and WDBJ-TV cameraman Adam Ward, 27, were gunned
    down while doing a live interview about tourism for the
    station’s morning show.

    And now the Collinsville, Va., man is wondering if his efforts
    make him a target

    “When you’re in the media, as you know, and when you’re taking
    on an issue like this, there are a lot of people that take
    exception to what you’re saying,” said Parker, who visited the
    station with his wife Barbara.

    “So I will probably have to do this. I don’t want to take any

    The NRA sniped back without mentioning Parker by name, noting
    that the killer “passed a background check” conducted in

    But more information about Flanagan’s troubled past emerged
    Friday. Evidence and writings seized from the killer’s apartment
    indicated that he “closely identified” with the 9/11 terrorists,
    the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office revealed.

    The 41-year-old Flanagan, in a 23-page manifesto faxed to ABC
    News after the Wednesday morning murders, expressed his
    admiration for the mass murderers responsible for the shootings
    at Virginia Tech and Columbine High School.

    Flanagan was fired after just 11 turbulent months at the
    Roanoke, Va., television station, making threats toward his
    colleagues after police were called to remove him from the

    Parker urged the assembled media to keep the pressure on pro-gun
    forces in the wake of the latest multiple killing with a handgun.

    “We need to keep the pressure on the politicians to not be
    afraid of the NRA,” he declared. “It’s time that we hold these
    people’s feet to the fire and shame them wherever we can.

    “All we want to do is keep crazy people from getting guns. I
    guarantee you somebody’s got the answer for this.”

    The distraught dad once again cited his daughter as the
    motivating source behind what shapes up as a quixotic quest.

    Past efforts, including those after the murder of 20 first-
    graders and six staffers at Sandy Hook Elementary School, failed
    to create much change in national or local gun laws.

    “Alison was a force of nature,” said Parker. “She was an
    absolute force of nature. I think that her life is going to have
    meaning, not just as a journalist, if we can effect meaningful
    changes in our gun laws ... This senseless act, this senseless
    murder will not go in vain.”

    Parker made his comments after speaking with Virginia Gov. Terry
    McAuliffe, a gun owner who pledged his support.

    “I was pleased that the governor of Virginia has stepped up and
    been right there with me,” he said. “I would encourage other
    politicians to be as courageous as he, and so that’s the plan.

    Parker promised that he was in this fight for the long haul.

    “I’m not going to let this drop,” he declared. “Each time you
    think there’s a tipping point, with Sandy Hook or Aurora, and
    then nothing gets done.”

    McAuliffe, who appeared on the WDBJ-TV noon newscast after
    meeting with Parker, seemed convinced that the newly-minted
    activist would make good on his promise.

    “He’s going to do what he told me, what Alison would have wanted
    him to do,” said McAuliffe. “He wants to be a very vocal
    advocate for universal background checks. This is something I’ve
    advocated and talked about every single day.”

    McAuliffe said he would reintroduce legislation in the state
    assembly mandating background checks for gun buyers. The
    Republican-led legislature has rejected his gun control efforts
    since he took office last year.

    "There are too many guns in America, and there are clearly too
    many guns in the wrong hands,” he said. “So we're going to
    continue to do what we can.”

    Parker lobbed some criticism at Virginia’s two U.S. senators,
    Tim Kaine and Mark Warner, for their failure to contact him in
    the wake of the double homicide.

    A Warner spokesman said the senator had left a message for
    Parker earlier Friday, while a Kaine spokeswoman said he was
    waiting for a more appropriate time to reach out.

    Parker called on the media to pay attention to the gun control
    issue rather than focusing on the flavor of the week.

    “This can’t be the story for three days, and then it’s, ‘Let’s
    see what Donald Trump is doing?’” Parker said. “I’m hoping this
    time is different. She’s one of you guys.”

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/father-slain-reporter- alison-parker-gun-article-1.2341114

    Illegal alien muslim Barack Hussein Obama seizes on this tragedy
    caused by one of his mentally ill homosexual, black racist nuts,
    to wave the flags for more gun control.

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